Fergus Bescoby discusses the underwriting considerations of this autoimmune disease.
The Exeter's Nick Jones discusses the rise in self-employed people and the protection solutions out there for these individuals.
Steve Evans discusses the protection insurance needs of young people in the latest instalment of a series of monthly articles from Scottish Widows.
Following World Mental Health Awareness Day, Fiona Murphy discusses the issues and asks: how can UK employers offer employees with mental health conditions better support?
Fergus Bescoby discusses the underwriting considerations for hypertension or high blood pressure as we know it in layman's terms.
In a country spanning 9.6 million kilometres square and boasting a population of 1.3 billion, it is not surprising that healthcare is varied in China, writes Expatriate Healthcare's Lee Gerry.
Munich Re gives its views on the early stage cancer debate as part of the ABI's CI Statement of Best Practice consultation.
Addison's disease (also known as primary adrenal insufficiency or hypoadrenalism) is a rare disorder of the adrenal glands, writes Fergus Bescoby.
Jackie Leiper discusses the protection gap in the second of a monthly series of articles from Scottish Widows.
Industry figures have said that the Association of British Insurers (ABI) Statement of Best Practice for Critical lllness Cover consultation has not yet involved intermediaries in a meaningful way as media reports have indicated that proposals currently...
In the first of two articles, Canada Life's Alan Sparks gives an overview of pooling and its relevance to life and health insurance for companies
The Health Claims Forum's latest event saw insurance professionals compete to design a new protection product.
Income protection insurance has become increasingly common in Australia over the last few years writes Richard Laycock.
The countdown has begun to the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25th May 2018, but many companies are not prepared and lack understanding about how the Regulation will affect them, explains Jo Stubbs.
F&TRC's Ian McKenna analyses Royal London's online indicative underwriting decisions tool and why it might benefit both advisers and paraplanners.
Imminent findings from government commissioned research and reviews into the rise of the gig workforce might lead to a new category of worker, if current indications are correct. Could this bring with it employee benefit entitlements too? Suzanne Clarkson...
It remains to be seen whether the increase in probate fees proposed by the Government earlier this year will be resurrected by the new administration, writes Aviva's Mark Cracknell.
SFS's School Fees Insurance pays a pre-set amount directly to a child's school each term in the event of a parent dying or suffering a terminal illness.The insurer discusses how this insurance can help families at a difficult time.
This is the fifth and final in a series of pieces highlighting Pacific Life Re's key findings from consumer research on consumers' perceptions of protection claims management.
Point of care health screening made affordable to all could represent the ultimate targeted wellbeing initiative says Health Shield Wellbeing's Carl Laidler.
Richard Walsh analyses what the political party manifestos set out for social care, welfare reform, health and insurance ahead of the General Election.
This is the fourth in a series of features highlighting Pacific Life Re's key findings from research on consumers' perceptions of protection claims management.
F&TRC discusses how artificial intelligence platform Abaka and how such technology will revolutionise savings and protection.
This is the third in a series of features highlighting key findings from Pacific Life Re's consumer research on consumers' perceptions of protection claims management.